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I’m working out of town this month and am fortunately not stuck in a dumpy motel, instead i’m in a townhouse at Waskesiu’s Elkridge Resort, so I have a full kitchen, pots, pans and all that good stuff! But being that i’m out of town and don’t have a fully stocked kitchen I am forced to keep my ingredients pretty simple (since the nearest grocery store is an hour away). With a few things I picked before taking off to work, i’ve been able to muster up some pretty tasty dishes. Here’s one of them!
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Posted in Chicken, Dinner, Easy, Fresh herbs
Tagged cheap, Chicken, dill, easy, Fried, Garlic, Lemon, oven, pan, Pepper, salt, simple, thigh
Okay, I think everyone gets the point now that I’m basically addicted to soup… and if you really know me, you know I’ve been addicted to carrots my whole life! I even turned orange as a kid from the carotene in carrots… don’t believe me? Ask my mom. Maybe that’s why name is Carlene – close to Carotene…har har har 😉 So natural – to me – this soup is just fabulous!
Posted in Healthy, soup, Vegetable
Tagged butter, Caramelized, carrot, dill, easy, healthy, soup, tasty, vegetable
Today I utilize another Christmas gift.
But this time, I am using the gift I gave to my parents, a Cuisinart Food Slicer. Maybe I am a bad son, or maybe just a little selfish, but as I purchased this item I began dreaming up all the wonderful food I could slice up and put on the blog! Setting my own greed aside, I hope my parents find their gift as useful as I do…
Anyways, onto the potato chips.
Posted in Barbecue, Easy, Healthy, Just for Fun, Potato, Snack, Snack, Uncategorized
Tagged alternative, Barbecue, chip, diane, dill, healthy, home, homemade, ketchup, made, montreal, Potato, Potatoes, Ranch, sauce, sliced, spice, Steak
It’s been a while since I last posted, though I have still been contributing with some picture taking for Carlene’s posts! Now that Christmas and all that is over it’s time to get back into the swing of things. Growing up with a father who fishes on a semi-professional level, Carlene and I are no strangers to the joys of fishing and eating fish (especially walleye)! So it’s about time we posted some walleye (or Pickerel as some call it) on the blog. I came across this unique fish and chips recipe a while back which provided my inspiration for this meal.
This is now the third version of dill pickle soup I have tried, first I made this Dill Pickle Soup, then I tried the Hoodoo Dill Pickle Soup, which was amazing but extremely high in fat and calories due to the fact that it’s basically just whipping cream with pickle brine in it. So for my third time, I attempted to find a healthy middle ground between the two versions, while still getting that nice rich flavour from the Hoodoo recipe.
Well whataya guys know, Carlene finally started posting again! Nice change up from my manly posts hey? Well what’s manlier than cooking on cedar planks? NOTHING. That’s what…well not really, but cedar planks certainly add a nice flavour. Once again, we have another first. My first time using cedar planks, mind you, these were also a bit of a test purchase, seeing as I bought them from Dollarama…No offense to Dollarama, but I think I got what I paid for. They certainly did smell amazing and added some great flavour to the salmon, but they started on fire really easy…OOPS! Well enough with the chit chat and onto the cooking! The Honey Dill is very simple:
Posted in Barbecue, Fish, Grilled, Healthy
Tagged Barbecue, Cedar, dill, easy, fish, Grilled, healthy, honey, Lemon, Plank, salmon
Now here is an interesting recipe, Dill Pickle Soup! I understand that the first reaction for most people is that of disgust, but I assure you it is quite delicious!
I was intrigued to try this recipe after Vince and Cathy Orr came back from their trip to Fairmont and told me of the Dill Pickle Soup they had tried at Hoodoo Lounge & Grill. At first I tried to find the same recipe used at the restaurant but had no luck, so I tried this one and crossed my fingers that it was the same.
Another breakfast with Bob! Now this isn’t totally following the caprese dish, seeing as I had no basil, but I had to make do with what I had and this was the result! I was a little unsure about drizzling the balsamic olive oil vinaigrette on the egg sandwich, but i must say it was surprisingly good! Always remember to try new flavours, ingredients and what not, you never know what might surprise you! Here is what I did:
Posted in breakfast, Easy, Egg
Tagged Balsamic, breakfast, Caprese, Cherry Tomato, Chives, dill, easy, egg, Fancy, olive oil, quick, Sandwich, tomato, Vinaigrette
Here is an easy breakfast to make, that tastes and looks great. You can cook the hollandaise from scratch (which is the toughest part of the breakfast) or relieve some stress and use something like Knorr’s Hollandaise Sauce.
Posted in breakfast, Sandwich
Tagged Benedict, breakfast, dill, egg, Eggs, English Muffin, Hollandaise, Poach, Poached, sauce
One of my favorite foods has to be fish – whether that’s because of my father’s fishing accomplishments or just because it tastes awesome – I just love it! Salmon and walleye are my two favorite fish to eat. On a recent trip to Costco, I convinced my mom to buy a fresh salmon steak so Bob & I could have a cook off. Both were delicious, mine was on the light, fresh tasting side with Bob’s tasting sweet and rich with hidden flavors of candied salmon. To those inexperienced chefs out there in the blog world, don’t fear salmon, it’s relatively hard to screw up and most people love it!